Kelvikkenna Bathil | Exclusive Interview with Playback Singer Chinmayi Uploaded on 20/10/2018 : Thanthi TV is a News Channel in Tamil Language, based in Chennai, catering to Tamil community spread around the world.
— Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) November 14, 2019 One year since Nakkeeran wrote that BJP gave me a house in Bangalore to name lovable Mr Vairamuthu as the man who molested me. Still waiting for the keys from Nakkeeran since they even published a photo of a house and they seemed to know the address. #WhereIsMyHouse?
Kamal Haasan speaks on Chinmayi’s allegations against Vairamuthu; Kamal Haasan speaks on Chinmayi’s allegations against Vairamuthu Kamal Haasan on Friday said that women should be encouraged to speak up while expressing solidarity with the ongoing #MeToo movement.
Chinmayi Sripada says she will slap Vairamuthu next time she sees him. Chinmayi had earlier accused veteran Tamil lyricist Vairamuthu of sexual harassment. Web Desk April 12, 2019 … — Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) March 24, 2019. In March this year, Chinmayi had tweeted that she has not recorded even one Tamil song since October 2018.
— Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) December 2, 2019. Though we don’t know about Vairamuthu’s intention behind the question in this video, it grabbed the attention of many users of Twitter as it was shared by Chinmayi. Surprised followers of Chinmayi asked her whether it is a recent video or not to which the singer remained calm.
Lyricist Vairamuthu rubbishes sexual misconduct allegations, singer Chinmayi calls him ‘liar’ Ace lyricist Vairamuthu has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women in the wake of the MeToo movement in India.
In a series of tweets, Chinmayi revealed all the incidents she had faced with Vairamuthu in India and abroad as well. After multiple anonymous women open up about harassment by veteran lyricist and poet Vairamuthu, singer and dubbing artist Chinmayi Sripada opens up about the incidents she had with
Lyricist Vairamuthu has been accused of sexual harassment by not one, but multiple women including singer Chinmayi Sripada. From women who stayed at a hostel owned by the poet to singers who chose to stay anonymous, the accounts were shared by journalist Sandhya Menon and Chinmayi on Twitter.
Chinmayi lashed out at journalist and Ajith Kumars Nerkonda Paarvai Rangaraj Pandey for releasing a video highlighting Vairamuthus recent work. Chinmayi stated that by supporting Vairamuthu, he had indirectly confirmed the existence of the Boys Club and highlighted how it operates.
As #MeToo movement gathers momentum in India, playback singer Chinmayi Sripaada accused Tamil poet lyricist Vairamuthu of harassing her when they were both in Switzerland for an album launch or a book launch (she’s not sure) in 2005 or 2006. Chinmayi Sripaada tweeted her #MeToo story after sharing